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The band from Pennsylvania formed way back in 1994 and has one demo
"Sinch", two players "Strychnie" and "Diatribe" and one EP "Project: Bluebird", which most of you, won't know though.
It's hard to put the sound into a genre, because too many styles are meeting each other here, still the sound always remains very accessible and well listenable.
Guitar riffs mix well with acoustics, hardcore lyrics and emotional choruses and Metal and Rock attacks. Take the powerful opener "To Die In Fall", catchy jams like "433 (Hypothetical Situation)", the single "Something More" and "Seven" or the almost nine minute melody "The Silent Aquiescence Of Millions", the class of SINCH is evident throughout the whole album and further enhances the addiction with every repeated listen.
You can forget any competition with other bands, because this band manages to write damn good songs and can be viewed as a shining star on the Rock scene. An interesting aspect of the live performance of SINCH is the unique use of an Ocular Noise Machine. This "interactive video machine" is played live like a guitar and orientates itself on the rhythms and beats. So also live it should be an experience too, and I like to repeat myself here, unique band.
...To Die In Fall...